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Dr. Damien Faivre

Group Leader
Phone:+49 331 567-9405Fax:+49 331 567-9402

Jobs

Thank you for your interest in joining our group. We currently have openings for PhD and Postdoc positions. We always encourage applications from highly motivated, intelligent and hard-working students and postdoctoral fellows. Feel free to send your application at any time.

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As we are performing interdisciplinary studies, students with background as different as physical, inorganic or environmental chemistry, biotechnology, microbiology or genetics, biochemistry, biophysics or materials sciences are welcomed. Please note that the members of the group should possess good communication and interaction skills. Even if a position is available, poorly written, obscure, and mass-mailed applications will not be considered.

Molecular Biomimetics and Magnets Biomineralization

Molecular Biomimetics and Magnets Biomineralization

Our group investigates the formation of magnetite and possibly other iron oxides and sulfides in the magnetosome vesicles of magnetotactic bacteria at the physico-chemical level.

Research

Our group investigates the formation of magnetite and possibly other iron oxides and sulfides in the magnetosome vesicles of magnetotactic bacteria at the physico-chemical level. [more]
Dr. Damien Faivre, Dr. Jens Baumgartner, André Körnig, Dr. Mathieu Bennet, Maria A. Carillo, Marc Widdrat, Peter Vach, Dr. Teresa Perez Gonzalez, Agata Olszewska

Group Members

Dr. Damien Faivre, Dr. Jens Baumgartner, André Körnig, Dr. Mathieu Bennet, Maria A. Carillo, Marc Widdrat, Peter Vach, Dr. Teresa Perez Gonzalez, Agata Olszewska [more]
Dr. Sanjiv Sonkaria, Dr. Anna Fischer, Kathleen Müller, Muriel Behra, Kevin Eckes, Cécile Le Coadou, Manuel Schmitz, Paul Lesevic, Dr Janet Andert, Karin Halbmair

Alumni

Dr. Sanjiv Sonkaria, Dr. Anna Fischer, Kathleen Müller, Muriel Behra, Kevin Eckes, Cécile Le Coadou, Manuel Schmitz, Paul Lesevic, Dr Janet Andert, Karin Halbmair [more]
From magnetotactic bacteria to hollow spirilla-shaped silica containing a magnetic chain

Publications

From magnetotactic bacteria to hollow spirilla-shaped silica containing a magnetic chain [more]

 
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